Governor calls on youth to take shelter-in-place seriously

DAISY NGUYEN Associated Press OAKLAND (AP) — Most Californians stayed at home on a Saturday that was unlike any its 40 million residents had ever seen before. Less than 48 hours after Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an unprecedented stay-at-home order to help curb the coronavirus spread, shopping centers and streets were empty. Churches were closed. Playgrounds deserted. However, stores and farmer markets were bustling, and many people took advantage of the beautiful spring weather and rushed to the outdoors. At beaches and parks, not everyone heeded calls to practice social distancing, prompting Newsom to call them out. "Those young people are still out there on the beaches thinking it's time to party. It's time to grow up, time to wake up," he said at an evening news conference. "Time t
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